Be it funny, fearful, or unforgettable, we all have a story to tell.
In A Little Bit About a Lot of Things, author Leslee Stewart invites women who are struggling through everyday life, but still putting on a brave face, to join her as she tells stories from her childhood, marriage, motherhood, and career about overcoming fear, letting go of control, re-embracing her faith, and learning to trust God when it doesn't make sense.
As Stewart takes readers on a journey through her life, she shares how this once fearful little girl grew up to become a pride-fueled driven professional, a mom who was ready to quit, and a ministry leader who questioned if she was even called to ministry.
With humor and sincerity woven throughout her stories, Stewart tackles relatable issues like fear, pride, and control in a way that readers will easily identify with. Common themes of faith, the love of family, balancing the demands of work and home, and the freedom that comes when you give control back to God will leave readers feeling encouraged, uplifted, and less alone in their struggles.
With storytelling panache and vulnerable candor, Stewart's stories reveal:
- Everyday life teaches lessons to be learned at any bend in the road, even from the trunk of a car.
- Fear can stealthily masquerade as pride and quietly construct a false sense of security through control.
- Re-centering on faith allows God to transform fear from the inside out.
Feel less alone through Stewart's relatable—and hilarious—stories, thoughtful insights, and tender reflections journeying through A Little Bit About A Lot of Things.
|The Unknown Authors Club
|5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)
About the Author
A natural-born storyteller, Leslee Stewart began her career as a newspaper reporter, and spent the next two decades leading communications for some of the best-known brands in the world, including Victoria’s Secret. Today, she encourages others through speaking engagements and writing. And when she's not doing those things, she's usually sitting in the bleachers next to her husband, cheering on their two, sports-obsessed teenage sons. Her goals in life are simple — learning to master the perfect guacamole, getting her boys to appreciate musicals, and someday singing backup for Aretha Franklin in heaven.
For more, visit lesleestewart.com.